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Scots want firm action on obesity, finds latest survey

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An obesity survey carried out by the Scottish healthcare provider, NHS Health Scotland, found strong support for limits on salt, fat and sugar added to food and drink. Most people in the survey also supported a tax on sugary drinks and a ban on children’s cartoon characters to advertise food.

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